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Mark Sampson: England Women's boss sacked over 'evidence of inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour'

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The FA said Sampson's dismissal had nothing to do with allegations of discrimination made against him by former England striker Eni Aluko.

Hurricane Maria: Hundreds of homes destroyed in Puerto Rico


Hurricane Maria destroyed hundreds of homes in Puerto Rico, knocking out power across the entire island and triggering heavy flooding.

May: UN must reform or risk losing public support


In a keynote speech, the Prime Minister said the UK would continue to be generous, but urged the UN to reform or risk jeopardising support.

British scientists discover vital role played by fertility 'master gene' that could improve IVF treatment


British scientists say the Oct4 gene could shed new light on the causes of infertility and miscarriage, and may lead to new IVF treatments.

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Emma Kelty dead: British kayaker 'murdered by gang' on Amazon trip in Brazil


Emma Kelty was last heard from on September 13, days after posting about her fears of being robbed or murdered in a jungle area in Brazil.

Earthquake strikes off the coast of Japan


A 6.1 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan.

Rain across many western areas overnight.


A mild night to come with temperatures staying up into double figures for most.


Residents of nearly 60 Glasgow flats 'unaware' buildings have Grenfell-type cladding


Glasgow council discovered 57 blocks of flats in the city had combustible cladding similar to that found on Grenfell Tower back in August.


Two seriously injured in explosion


Two men have been seriously injured after reports of a gas explosion on an industrial estate.

Britain First leader and deputy charged with religiously aggravated harassment


The two top figures in the far-right group have been charged over leaflets and videos distributed in May.

Refugee crisis: No progress made one year on


Oxfam's Fionna Smyth told ITV News governments have done little to tackle the world's biggest refugee crisis since World War Two.

Best conditions across the east today


Feeling warmer across the UK over the next few days


Top baby names revealed: Is yours in the top 100?


The latest baby name figures have been released - but is your name one of the most popular or falling out of favour?

John Lemon v John Lennon: Trademark row as Beatles widow sues lemonade start-up


Yoko Ono has accused the family lemonade business of 'abusing and misusing the legacy of John Lennon to sell their soda'.


Internet giants told to remove terror propaganda within two hours or face fines


The PM will demand faster action from Google, Facebook and Twitter as world leaders set them a deadline and warn of fines for inaction.


Boris Johnson's act of Brexit self harm


Boris Johnson's failed coup achieves what the Prime Minister could not do her for herself - he has strengthened her position.


Weather: Wet and windy in the northwest but bright elsewhere


Wet and windy weather spreading across northern and some western parts, with some heavy rain likely across Northern Ireland and Scotland.

YouTube criticised as videos supporting Hitler and Taliban remain online


Online video giant YouTube has been condemned for failing to take down extremist content including films praising Hitler and the Taliban.


Does Johnson want to quit?


It is much more plausible that Hammond rather than Johnson would end up resigning after May reveals more about the kind of Brexit she wants.


Woman, 22, arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of terror offence


A woman has been arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of a terrorism offence after arriving on a flight from Turkey.

Tuesday, Sep 19

More arrests in Wales after Parsons Green terror attack


The arrests of two men, aged 48 and 30, in Wales by police investigating the Parsons Green attack takes the number held to five.

Mexico earthquake: Desperate search for survivors goes on


Rescuers are searching for survivors amongst the rubble of collapsed buildings in Mexico City following a deadly earthquake.

Donald Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea in fiery United Nations speech


Donald Trump has described Kim Jong-un as a "rocket man" who is "on a suicide mission for himself' in a speech to the United Nations.

Hurricane Maria: Caribbean braced for more destruction


In the wake of Hurricane Irma, the Category 5 storm is set to bring more devastation.

Monday, Sep 18

Ryanair publishes full list of flights cancelled due to pilot shortage as it faces £18m compensation bill


Ryanair have released the full list of flights cancelled by the airline over the the next six weeks because of a pilot shortage.

May to Johnson: 'Shut up and let me drive'


The prime minister has warned Boris Johnson to stop back-seat driving Brexit negotiations.

Boris Johnson backed by Tory MPs over Brexit intervention


The outspoken Foreign Secretary served up a political storm after publishing a 4,000-word blueprint for a "hard" Brexit.

Wayne Rooney banned from roads after admitting drink driving

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Wayne Rooney has been banned from driving for two years and ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work after pleading guilty to drink driving.

Sunday, Sep 17

Does this CCTV footage show the Parsons Green tube bomber?


ITV News has obtained exclusive CCTV of a person leaving the property in Sunbury which was raided in connection with the bombing, on Friday.

UK terror threat level downgraded from critical to severe


A severe terror threat level means that an attack is likely.

Second man arrested over London tube bombing


Police have arrested a second man in connection with the Parsons Green tube attack - as detectives continue to search a foster home.

David Davis: Brexit must not impact fight on terror


Two days after the Parsons Green tube bomb, the Brexit Secretary warned Brussels it is in both sides' interest to continue co-operating.

Saturday, Sep 16

'Painstaking work' for investigators after four die in 'horrific' M5 crash near Bristol


Investigators say the probe into a deadly crash on the M5 motorway is "painstaking work" as they piece together what happened.

London will not be stopped by terror, Met boss Cressida Dick says


London will not be stopped by terror, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has said during a patrol of South Bank.

Tube bomber hunt: Police raid foster carers' home after teen arrested in Dover


A teenager is in custody and the home of a respected foster couple has been raided following the Parsons Green Tube bombing.

Armed police presence stepped up across Scotland as terror threat raised to critical


Armed police presence is being stepped up across Scotland in the response to the UK terror threat being raised to critical.

Friday, Sep 15

PM raises terror threat level to critical after Parsons Green Tube attack


The terror threat level has been raised from severe to critical indicating a further attack may be imminent.

'I saw a fireball': Witnesses recount Parsons Green terror blast


Passengers and eyewitnesses caught up in the Parsons Green terror incident have been telling ITV News what they saw.

Parsons Green attack: Police 'have identified bomber'


Detectives have identified the terrorist attacker who planted an explosive which went off on a packed tube train, ITV News understands.

North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan


The state has fired another missile, according to reports from South Korean news agency Yonhap.